Muriel Bowser will almost certainly be the next mayor of Washington, DC. She specializes in moist banalities and tinny nothing progressive promises. Historically, such talk has substituted for real reform, enabling the city's entrenched bureaucracy to keep failing large swaths of DC's population. In a new essay, Rob Montz dissects Bowser's politics and offers up an alternative vision for the country's capital city.
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